Norwegian Cruise Line has announced the line's Free at Sea promotion, going on now through May 1, that provides cruise travelers with up to five free onboard amenity offers. Additionally, Norwegian will celebrate Tax Day this year with a Tax-Free Spree, offering complimentary government taxes, fees and port expenses on select itineraries. For guests who book a new cruise vacation in select categories through April 18, Norwegian is offering further spring savings with 50 percent reduced deposits.
The Free at Sea promotion provides guests who book a new three-day or longer sailing in an oceanview, balcony or minisuite category stateroom with the opportunity to select their preference of two free choices from five onboard amenity offers, including free unlimited open bar, free Specialty Dining, $50 towards short excursions in each port per stateroom, 250 minutes of free Wi-Fi, or Norwegian's Friends and Family Sail Free offer that allows third and fourth guests to sail free on many 2017 and 2018 cruises.
Guests who book inside staterooms as well as Norwegian's studio staterooms for solo travelers, can choose one free offer. Those who book a suite or The Haven by Norwegian can enjoy all five free amenities, providing up to $2,800 in added value to their cruises.
- Sail aboard the Pride of America from Honolulu
- Guests who book a seven-day inter-island Hawaii cruise now through May 1 (in any stateroom category) have the option to select one of five offers, including a free-one night pre-cruise hotel stay, a free specialty dining backage, free pre-paid service charges for the first and second guest in the stateroom, free 50% per port shore excursion credit per stateroom or Norwegian's Friends & Family Sail Free
- Guests who book a suite aboard Pride of America will receive all five offers
- Norwegian's Havan Nights Offer
- Guests who book a new cruise to Cuba through May 1 (on select sail dates in 2017) can take advantage of $50 in onboard spending money
- Through April 18, guests who book a new cruise can also enjoy 50 percent reduced deposits